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Asset Lock Disclosure

AssetLock® is tracking software used to monitor the performance of a client’s portfolio, and to predetermine the amount of downside the client is willing to tolerate. It is NOT an actual stop order and will NOT automatically sell the individual securities in the portfolio. Therefore, the AssetLock® value is a reference point to encourage a conversation between the advisor/firm and the client to determine if the client’s portfolio should remain unchanged, reset the AssetLock® percentage by reallocating to a different risk profile, liquidate part or all of their portfolio or opt-out of AssetLock®. It is not a guarantee of return and cannot prevent a loss of principal.